The province of writers should remain practically sacrosanct in terms of legal and cultural protections when speaking directly to readers.
Creatives of all stripes need the freedom to strut and fret without undo external influences.
I worry that the story of how it got there and all of the many decisions that brought it into being—who designed it, who manufactured it, who shipped it, sold it, took it home, wore it, and ultimately hung it up for perpetuity might never be told.
No doubt it's cool to dive safely with sharks in a shark cage simply by wearing VR goggles, but after a few of these video translocations, a viewer has to wonder, “What else can it do? Can it tell me a story?”
Creative producers and artists are starting to explore how this immersive technology might present artistic expressions in compelling ways.
The Arts is vital for a great civilization, but whenever government money starts getting spent, the expenditures are invariably influenced by politics.
Acts of creation become part of the overall drama of survival.
Fitness of various sorts can come in many forms, and as your idea tries to stand on its hind legs its vital to balance your needs to overcome external pressures with your willingness to experiment with structural modifications.
Life of the mind intertwines with life of the senses, but they do not depend on each other. The more a person can incorporate aspects of both, the more a person is empowered to act in the face of the onrushing day. But a life given over to pure information is one abandoned to gray irrelevancy.
Wishing for something better in the future builds emptiness in the present. Working for something better in the present builds something now.